Peninsula Airlie Beach
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... do, I just wandered around the town again and used the free computers to do some boring stuff. I tried for a nap in the afternoon but Miss Nobhead kept me awake again. I don't like her. I joined some guys for the hostel quiz in the evening and we won! The prize was just a cheap bottle of fizz which was pretty gross but it was the winning that was the real prize :-) We had some drinks and chatted for a while but I needed an early night ...
... Game, and A and B. I had to simulate a standing 69 with this Swedish guy (fully clothed, of course!!); doing a handstand on a boat after a few drinks is quite challenging! I also got a striptease and a lapdance off this other Swedish guy who looked exactly like James McAvoy! And I got a massage off Swedish guy no.1; being young and impressionable I managed to get a good 20 minutes out of him! ;-) These were all part of the games of course, not out of choice! But it was all good ...
... see their fins above the surface and their bodies just below the water which was cool!
After a while we stopped to do some snorkelling and as it is the start of the stinger season (Oct-May) we had to get kitted up into some very sexy stinger suits! The Great Barrier Reef runs alongside the Whitsunday's so we were excited to do the snorkelling. It was a very different experience to our reef trip which ...
We were worried Sandy and John wouldn't make it, but they finally did 2 days and 2 hours late. The two day delay was because John broke his wrist at the boy's golf weekend and the two hours was because the Jetstar plane they boarded had technical problems and they had to change aircraft.
As soon as they got on board we headed around to Whitehaven beach as there was hardly any wind, arriving just on sunset for a quiet evening there. The ...
... hour or more passed and the sea was getting rougher. The captain took off the auto pilot and started giving out instructions to his crew as the waves were crashing around us and he seemed to be having difficulty seeing his way around to the bay for the night. We all gripped our seats and sat in silence as we were bounced around. It is now pitch black as the captain had asked for all the lights on board to be switched off. He suddenly ...